|The food is always fun. I made the meat head again. This time, people actually ate the Prosciutto ham off the skull. I also made some of the "Deviled Egg Eyes" only this year I used a mayo and food color blend to paint the eyes on instead of just food coloring so that the color didn't bleed all over the egg. I also used pumpkins to hold stuff this year as well. I had some of the large pumpkins for the meatballs and cocktail weenies and some small ones for the mayo and mustard. The large ones were washed out after the party and the kids carved them as Jack-o-lanterns on Halloween. I made the Zombie cake from www.theyrecoming.com and it was delicious! Of course, mine didn't look as good as the original. I tried to make some baked sweet potato chips, but they weren't cut evenly, so most of them were either burnt or soggy. They tasted good though. I made an awesome Brain Dip with the brain Jell-O mold this year instead of the Jell-O brain since no one ever touches it. The dip was a mix I bought from my good friend Sherry, who is a sales rep for www.tastefullysimple.com. They have the BEST and easiest mixes to make dips, soups breads, desserts, and all kinds of things.|
|I tried my hand at baking "mis-fortune" cookies this year. They were so fun to make and a big hit with my guests. I got the idea and recipe the day before my party from www.goblinville.com and I HAD to make them.I also found the Ears and Eyes Pasta recipe the day before my party while I was browsing some Halloween Forums. It's found at Recipes » Halloween Recipes - EYES AND EARS - World Famous Recipes. It looks gross, but tastes very good.|
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